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"Edinburgh’s Grand Opera evoked both the comedy and the heartbreak of Puccini’s classic ...  orchestral excellence created an atmosphere of emotional cohesion which contributed to the overall affectivity of the production ... The depth of Puccini’s masterpiece arguably owes its posterity to its exploration of human relationships, desire, and loss. It is in this way, that Edinburgh’s Grand Opera paid an excellent homage."

The Student Newspaper (La bohème 2016)


"what really lit up the performance was its consistency, resourcefulness and wit"  

Opera Magazine (L'Elisir d'Amore 2015)


"So secure was the musical foundation ... that the performance carried a weight and authority far beyond its means, perfectly scaled to Morningside’s charming Church Hill Theatre"  Opera Magazine (L'Elisir d'Amore 2015)


"The standard of vocals throughout is powerful, none more so than Breen in her final aria, which is spectacular."  All Edinburgh Theatre (L'Elisir d'Amore 2015)


"Director Kally Lloyd-Jones makes sure it still packs a punch ... the production is assured and entertaining"  All Edinburgh Theatre (L'Elisir d'Amore 2015)


"you have to admire… companies like Edinburgh Grand for their imagination and ingenuity… the beginning of Act III was inspired."  The Scotsman (La Traviata  2013)


"delivers an entertaining evening that finds emotional depth as well as beautiful music."

The New Annals of the Edinburgh Stage May 2013.


Audience comments:


'You’d struggle to find better soloists in any professional company anywhere'

'Very cleverly done'

'It was wonderful!!!  I loved it!  My first opera, thank you x '


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